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PCA Indictments Send Warnings On Vendor Qualification, Responsibility

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Justice Department’s decision to indict four former officials of Peanut Corporation of America for distributing and covering up information related to tainted peanuts illustrates the need for supplement makers to qualify their vendors, industry leaders say.

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